Hillary Raimo Posts Jim Marrs on Mycoplasma

Jim Marrs on Mycoplasma and more…

Monday, February 21, 2011


“The victims of the neurodegenerative/systemic degenerative disease Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Fibromyalgia are ill with a very real physical disease deriving from a sub-viral particle developed from the Brucellosis bacterial toxin.”Donald W. and William L.C. Scott, authors of The Brucellosis Triangle

In recent horror movies, tiny microorganisms infect humans and turn them into flesh-eating zombies. Often, the virus has been accidentally loosed from a covert government laboratory. While, it doesn’t seem like a pathogen exists for transforming a normal person into a cannibalistic zombie, there are a number of manmade germs and toxins that have been in development since before World War II that can devastate the human body.


In the wake of the Second World War, thousands of die-hard Nazis were arriving in the US, thanks to a technology-for-immunity swap arranged between Hitler’s right-hand man Martin Bormann and America’s Wall Street elite which included John J. McCloy and his protégé, Allen Dulles.

According to Dr. Len G. Horowitz’s research, “The WHO [World Health Organization] was heavily funded and influenced by the Rockefeller family, along with the United Nations and the World Bank…[and] the fact that John D. Rockefeller’s business managers and lawyers, John Foster and Allen Dulles, had created the partnership between the world’s largest oil conglomerate and I.G. Farben— Germany’s leading industrial organization prior to World War II….” Before the war, attorney McCloy had represented the I.G. Farben drug combine. In The Rise of the Fourth Reich, it was detailed how the Dulles brothers and their pre-war work for the Schroeder Rockefeller& Company, City National Bank Chairman John J. McCloy and Union Banking Corporation Director Prescott Bush acted as principal agents for Hitler’s Germany. It might also be noted that the UN building in New York City sits on Rockefeller-donated land.

McCloy, who served as High Commissioner in post-war Germany, also was chairman of the Ford Foundation, Chase Manhattan Bank, the Salk Institute, E. R. Squibb & Sons, and the powerful Council on Foreign Relations, described in the New York Times as a group that “fixes major goals and constitutes itself a ready pool of manpower for the more exacting labors of leadership.” In his 1989 Times obituary, McCloy was termed “chairman of the Establishment,”

Though US laws were in place to forbid post-war Germans from conducting research on chemical warfare, these were largely ignored as John McCloy hired experts as “consultants” and helped fund German industries to produce chemical warfare materials for the American military. At the same time, Allen Dulles was named director of the CIA. Prior to the war had served as legal representative of the Nazi Shroeder Bank and then during the war as an officer for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), where he supervised Army Intelligence translator Henry Kissinger, who would go on to become secretary of state under President Richard Nixon. It was Dulles as head of the CIA that expunged many Paperclip scientists Nazi backgrounds.

During this time, Wernher von Braun, long considered the father of our NASA space program, and other top rocket scientists entered the country, along with the chief of Nazi medical science Walter Emil Schreiber, who had supervised the sterilization of men using surgery, x-rays and drugs and had overseen the exchange of humans and mice as recipients of a deadly typhus virus and. Despite being described as “the prototype of an ardent and convinced Nazi,” Schrieber worked for a decade in the chemical division of the US European Command and for a time at the Air Force School of Aviation Medicine in Texas.

Another German immigrant, Kurt Blome, told U.S. military interrogators in 1945 that he had been ordered in 1943 to experiment with plague vaccines on concentration camp prisoners. Blome went on to work for the US Army Chemical Corp. These Nazis were joined at Fort Detrick by Japanese Gen. Ishii Shiro, the man in charge of the infamous Unit 731, the Japanese biological research and development unit responsible for the deaths of 3,000 people, including American prisoners.

It was the work of such enemy researchers that was continued and expanded in the United States following WWII that may have resulted in many of recent health disasters.


In the early 1940s, Nazi medical scientists had managed to isolate the bacterial toxin from brucella bacteria (usually known as Brucellosis or undulant fever and mostly found in mammals, especially cows) and form it into a crystalline form or agent.

Brucellosis is an ancient bacteria, and was selected because it was insidious, difficult to detect, and was present in almost every organ or system of the human body. When activated by the crystalline agent, brucellosis stimulates various diseases that prompt a variety of symptoms including debilitating fatigue, high fever, shivering, aching, drenching sweats, headache, backache, weakness and depression. Damage to major organs is possible leading to ailments such as multiple sclerosis, arthritis and heart disease.

The Paperclip medical scientists coming to America brought with them this toxin, known as a mycoplasma — a distinct type of bacteria lacking a cell wall. A U.S. government report dated January 3, 1946, carried a section entitled, “Production and isolation, for the First Time, of a Crystalline Bacterial Toxin.” The Nazi bug had been reduced to a crystalline form, creating an artificial virulent disease agent derived from the original bacteria.

This crystalline bacterial agent could be dispensed by aerial spraying or by infected insects. The agent also did not respond to most antibiotics, including penicillin. Acting as a parasite, it stimulated both bacterial and viral diseases and, because it attached to specific cells without killing them, was virtually undetectable by conventional medical diagnosis techniques. Such diseases are considered untreatable and usually fatal, because they mostly affect the brain or neural tissue,

These sub-viral bacterium particles have various names. They have been termed “prions” by Nobel Prize-winner Dr. Stanley B. Prusiner, “stealth viruses” by Dr. John Martin of the Center for Complex Infectious Diseases, “amyloids” by the late Dr. Carleton Gajdusek, winner of the 1976 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his work on mysterious epidemics at the National Institute of Health (NIH); and “Mycoplasma/Brucellosis” by Donald Scott and Garth Nicholson.

According to a paper by Stanley Prusiner, prions are unprecedented infectious pathogens that cause fatal neurodegenerative diseases by the entirely novel mechanism of altering proteins in the body. “Prion diseases may present as genetic, infectious, or sporadic disorders, all of which involve modification of the prion protein (PrP),” wrote Prusiner.

Paperclip scientists working on these infectious organisms were based primarily in laboratories at Fort Detrick, MD, Cold Spring Harbor, NY and Edgewood Arsenal, MD. “It was here and in hundreds of other laboratories throughout America that immediately after World War II our former enemies’ scientists were brought in under Operation Paperclip to continue their research and development of some of the most horrible weapons of mass destruction known to mankind,” noted molecular researchers Garth and Nancy Nicolson in their 2005 book Project Day Lily.

The husband-wife molecular researchers noted there are 200 species of Mycoplasma. Most are innocuous and do no harm. Only four or five are pathogenic. “Mycoplasma fermentans (incognitus strain) probably comes from the nucleus of the Brucella bacterium. This disease agent is not a bacterium and not a virus; it is a mutated form of the Brucella bacterium, combined with a visna virus, from which the mycoplasma is extracted,” They said. “[T]he little mycoplasma also lost some of its genetic information, such as the genes that encode the thick cell wall and other genes that code for certain enzymes in metabolic pathways. Thus it is smaller than the most common bacteria, and without the distinctive cell walls found in most bacteria it can take on a variety of morphologies. It must hide inside animal or human cells to survive, and although originally thought to be fairly fragile, the little mycoplasma was hardier than anyone had ever imagined.”

Although it considered primitive by bacteriological standards, the mycoplasma actually evolved from bacteria that contained cell walls, but lost its ability to make its own cell wall, probably because it no longer needed it when hiding inside hosts’ cells and tissues. “But it made up for the loss of some of its genetic information by having evolved with other genetic sequences that allowed it to enter and colonize cells just like  viruses….[but] it was not a virus because it retained the genetic and biochemical remnants of bacteria. Like a virus, however, it damaged cells by interfering with some of the cells’ biochemical cycles, and it encoded some nasty molecules that caused invaded cells to slowly self-destruct and die,” said the Nicolsons, noting that important targets inside cells were the mitochondria, cellular “batteries” which produce energy and the DNA.

The Nicolsons explained that biological warfare research conducted between 1942 and now has created more deadly and infectious forms of Mycoplasma. Continuing the work of Nazi scientists, researchers in the US “weaponized” the mycoplasma by reducing the pathogen to a synthesized crystalline form. They later tested it on an unsuspecting public in North America.

According to the Nicolsons, the US military’s fascination with building this kind of biological weapon lies in the fact that the “creature will hide inside cells and cause unbelievable havoc. It will destroy the mitochondria, eventually sending cells into an unrelenting death program, and in the process gene expression will go crazy and surrounding cells will become damaged. This bug will then escape from its dying host cell and go to other places to eventually colonize every organ. And because pieces of the cellular membrane are dislodged when this little mycoplasma leaves its cellular hiding places, its victims should also be presented with an array of autoimmune symptoms similar to those found in various degenerative illnesses. It may even mimic some neurodegenerative diseases. It’s beautiful, because it should cause diseases such as multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis, but no one will ever guess that they are caused by an infection. Most physicians …will never figure this out…. What a delightful weapon!”

Several researchers, including the Nicolsons, Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz, Dr. Joseph S. Puleo, and authors of The Brucellosis Triangle, Donald W. and William L.C. Scott, have linked this micoplasma pathogen to a host of increasingly common neurosystemic diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Bi-Polar Disorder, Crohns-Colitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Creutzfeldt-Jakob, diabetes, dystonia, Fibromyalgia, Huntington’s, Lupus, Lyme disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Myalgic encephalomyelitis, Parkinson’s disease and even Schizophrenia. Some strains of mycoplasma are now being blamed for cancer and AIDS. According to the former chief virologist for the pharmaceutical company Merck Sharp & Dohme, the late Dr. Maurice Hilleman, this disease agent is now carried by everybody in North America and possibly most people throughout the world.

Mycoplasma researchers claim many people today suffering from various neurological diseases are actually ill with brucellosis. However, because the disease toxin pathogen has been isolated from the source bacterium in a crystalline form, there is no blood or tissue test that will confirm this fact.

Weaponized mycoplasmas generate ammonias that are deposited into the infected cell nuclei. “These nasty ‘beasts’ intertwine with the genetic machinery and are intra-cellular rather than inter-cellular. Other infectious agents are involved in the afflicted individual. These agents are usually mosaics of naturally occurring bacteria and viruses, and the effect upon the afflicted individual depends upon the individual’s genetic pre-disposition and immunological make-up,” stated Garth Nicolson. “Each person is affected differently by the infection, but all afflicted individuals share a constellation of symptoms.


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